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CONTRACEPTION

WITHDRAWAL METHOD


In this, the couple proceeds with intercourse in the usual way until the moment of ejaculation, when the male withdraws his organ and discharges outside the vagina or the external genitalia.

Drawbacks

  • Needs great motivation and self-control in the male partner.

  • The female partner may develop sexual neurosis as female satisfaction / orgasm may not be achieved.

  • The pre ejaculate (fluid that is secreted for lubrication, in males,) may contain few sperms which may lead to unwanted pregnancy. 

  • One or both partners may not feel completely satisfied by the sexual experience.

Failure rate
5 to 25% may conceive inspite of using this method.

Contra-indication
Premature ejaculation.

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